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  • Sox way down, but Reinsdorf & Co. lift community

    There will be no bump in the standings for the White Sox on Tuesday, at least not from anything that happens at U.S. Cellular Field. But 40 high school players from inner-city programs will live the dream in big-league dugouts. Where Alfonso Soriano and...
  • Dodgers phenom Puig deserves to be All-Star

    Major League Baseball makes its call on Yasiel Puig on Saturday, and it should be an easy one. The Dodgers' Cuban sensation deserves to be a National League All-Star, even if he has played only 30 games in the big leagues. It's no surprise that some...
  • News off field upstages Sale-Scherzer matchup

    News off field upstages Sale-Scherzer matchup
    As White Sox slugger Paul Konerko leaned against the dugout after returning from a three-week layoff due to a lower back strain, the cerebral 37-year-old sipped a cup of hot tea. Like so many people in baseball Monday, Konerko sought something soothing....
  • Your Morning Phil: Sweeney, Ventura, Sale

    Your Morning Phil: Sweeney, Ventura, Sale
    Talking baseball while wondering if LeBron James and his kingsmen are taking the Bulls seriously. 1. When the Cubs get around to trading Alfonso Soriano, it would be ideal to have a homegrown replacement ready. There are none in sight, however, as Brett...
  • Trading game's afoot for Sox

    Trading game's afoot for Sox
    Will the last baseball player in Chicago please turn off the lights? Yes, Chris Sale, that means you. Trade rumors remain as cheap as the talk is furious here in Seller City, where the next flip of the scoreboard will show the Cubs leading the White...
  • Unlikely hero to rescue

    As Alex Rodriguez combusts in a fiery ball of bad feelings, the Yankees have turned to Alfonso Soriano to save their season. You can't make this stuff up. Amazingly, perhaps sickeningly if you have that old-fashioned anti-Yankees bias, there's a...
  • Royals blank White Sox 1-0

    Royals blank White Sox 1-0
    Wade Davis pitched four-hit ball into the eighth inning and the Kansas City Royals beat Chris Sale and the Chicago White Sox 1-0 Saturday night for their fifth consecutive victory.     Davis (5-9) allowed four hits - all singles - and walked three in his...
  • Phil Rogers power rankings

    1. Tigers (4): Acquired closer Jose Veras from the Astros at a time Detroit hadn't had a blown save in 40 games. The bullpen has been much better since Joaquin Benoit took over as the closer. 2. Cardinals (1): They kicked the tires on Alexei Ramirez but...
  • Hey, look! Maybe a Sox plan after all!

    Hey, look! Maybe a Sox plan after all!
    It looks like the White Sox have a plan to rectify the mess called the 2013 season. Or if not a plan, at least an idea how to form one. The most important of the Sox’s trade pieces was moved Tuesday night when Jake Peavy went to the Red Sox in a...
  • 'R' is for realistic, Sox fans

    'R' is for realistic, Sox fans
    The magic of baseball is it brings out the kid in all of us. Given that, I'm channeling fond memories of "Sesame Street" in saying this perspective on the White Sox's 2013 season is brought to you by the letter "R." Rebuild The word that was once...
  • Peavy trade had to be made

     Peavy trade had to be made
    Over breakfast Wednesday morning, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn confronted one of few people who didn't understand why he traded Jake Peavy to the Red Sox to hasten a South Side rebuilding project long overdue. Hahn's 8-year-old son, Charlie,...